Hanlon's Razor applies here; "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity."
And when you think about it, less than 150 years ago, ALL surgery was done without anesthetic..
Yes, but most of them died from shock, hence chloroform which had a much better death rate but much worse (~8x) than ether, and so on to modern anaesthesia.
Just so long as you don't mind me smearing anti-whateveryouare slurs on your house in faecal matter, you might have a point.
Maybe if enough people flag spam posts they disappear? If that includes FRIST PENIS posts, all the better.
But really, I'd guess it's about avoiding legal responsibility for user content.
Of course it's much worse than the data collection from a "technical preview". It's whole purpose is to discover how people use the damn thing and you sign up to be a guinea-pig in exchange for getting the advanced access.
However, it's "to be expected" from Apple. You don't own their phones or laptops, they own you.
You don't have an innate right to anything, however you have innate desires for rights like control over your property up to and including your own body. Society has organised such that we have set aside a portion of our resources to defend these "rights" collectively and make them a notional fact of life in that society.
We pay taxes to defend our "rights" from our neighbours. In your erstwhile sharing economies, it was still collective contributions to the good of the whole and people that didn't want to contribute were removed from the group.
All that said, Disney are dicks.
That's probably a cross-state dig, but prefacing every state with "the great state" of looks kind of frantically desperate to the rest of the world.
It's not a minute though, on most servers it's single digit seconds, and it's not even "up" once the login prompt comes up. The "compute-hours" are still spent if you're rebooting all day, they're just spent after the "boot" is complete.
Or do you really think tomcat is "running" when the command prompt returns and not 2 minutes later when the applications are responding, and not minutes after that when the JIT has cached everything so it actually runs at a decent speed?
It's just you.
You mean cue.
You're right about the names though, what you call a thing is THE most important thing in making it successful. Using a name that is easy to find on Google doesn't matter at all.
Trying to find people to dedicate free time to a dead paradigm on the other hand, simplest thing in the world. I don't know why they can't get that right.
The linked solution is a work around for people with little to no need for IPv6, so they can reallocate storage from IPv6 to IPv4. If everyone was on IPv6, a much larger dataset, then that would fit into the TCAM
Because they're horribly vulnerable to all kinds of ancient XSS and other vulnerabilities that mean outgoing connections from the TV aren't safe; not all hacking is described in WarGames (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086567/)
Yeah, they can, sort of. My Samsung TV can do it without any Samsung application (just general DLNA), but it sucks ass at it compared to the PS3.. and it's remote is garbage.
Besides, it's means the TV has to be connected to the network and TV network security makes Sony network security look good, and how sad is that?
That's what the TSA agent told me about 5 times while searching my carry on bag on the jet-way while other passengers struggled past and gawked at me. Also that if I didn't declare I had cash in there, they'd seize it.
Her dog looooooved my bag. Unfortunately it didn't have any money in it, just residual dog from my friend's house.
So yeah, I just hope this device is more accurate than the pups
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